Pizza My Heart Towel: Free Intarsia Crochet Pattern

You have a pizza my heart! I love pizza, and combine it with crochet makes it even better! If you love pizza too, then you are going to love my latest free crochet pattern: the Pizza My Heart crochet towel. This free crochet towel pattern uses intarsia crochet and bobble stitches to create an adorable pepperoni pizza. Plus, with some embroidery on crochet, you get an adorable towel that features one of my favorite puns. For the free pattern, you can scroll down till you get to it, grab it in my shops on Etsy and Ravelry, or find out more about the pattern below! Inspiration I am a huge fan of pizza! Don’t believe me? Well, if I had to pick one food, and one food only, that I could have for the rest of my life it would have to be pizza. There’s just something so…

How to Crochet the Waistcoat Stitch: Crochet Stitch Tutorial

One of my favorite things about crochet is its versatility; with a hook and some yarn we can create almost anything! Did you know that you can create the look of knit stitches with crochet? Yes, it’s true! The waistcoat stitch, or knit stitch, uses a modified single crochet stitch to capture the style of knit stockinette stitches. It’s my go to stitch for crochet colorwork, and I think soon it’ll be one of your favorites too! What skills do you need to do the waistcoat stitch? The best part about this stitch, is that you don’t need to know anything beyond single crochet! That’s right, you only need to know how to do the first stitch you learn after the chain stitch. The waistcoat stitch takes the single crochet stitch, and instead of working through the normal loops, you go through the middle of…

LB Traveling Seasons Afghan Square #2

One of my favorite things about crochet, is how we can capture memories we have with yarn. Whether it’s a family memory, or a favorite memory we have of a certain time of year, with our yarn we can create things that remind us of those memories. I am so excited that I am part of a project focused on capturing memories of different seasons throughout the year: The Lion Brand Traveling Seasons Afghan! The year-long Collaborative Project 2021 CAL, sponsored by Lion Brand Yarn called the “Traveling Seasons Afghan” is now ready for my square. Want to save this square for later? Save it to your favorite Pinterest Board! Starting in January, the 1st of 12 Afghan square designs began its seasonal journey to a new designer every month, spanning across the U.S. and Canada. Each designer creating a 13″ x 13…

My Beginner Colorwork Sweater: Crochet Fair Isle Sweater Pattern

Have you been wanting to crochet a colorwork sweater, but don’t know where to begin? Maybe you’ve been eyeing the gorgeous knit colorwork sweaters, and have been wishing that there was one in crochet. If this sounds like you, then my latest crochet sweater pattern is for you! Introducing: the My Beginner Colorwork Sweater! This top down crochet circular yoke fair isle sweater is the perfect beginning point for top down and colorwork garments. Inspiration For a long time I’ve been wanting to create a crochet colorwork sweater pattern that would help teach people how to do colorwork, and give them the confidence to keep trying it. The design had to be made in one piece for ease of construction, and have just the right amount of colorwork to provide a taste of it without being too intimidating. I settled on a striped pattern with colorwork sections…

Snow Leopard Poncho: Free Tapestry Crochet Poncho Pattern

Be stylish and comfy this winter with the Snow Leopard Poncho, my latest free crochet pattern! If you’re like me, you can never own too many sweaters. Anything that feels like I’m wearing a blanket is a win for me, especially when it looks stylish too! This cozy crochet poncho pattern is like wearing a blanket, is made using tapestry crochet, and is a great beginner crochet color work pattern. I think you’re going to love it! Inspiration I am obsessed with leopard print, especially when it’s crocheted! I’ve been having my eyes on creating a swancho pattern, a combination of a sweater and a poncho. I could never find the right print for it though, or the right yarn. One day, it all clicked. I saw the We Crochet cream and tan yarn I used next to each other, and I fell in love…